Asus Allows Gamers to Mine Crypto With Their Idle Graphics Cards
Taiwan-based technology giant Asus is allowing gamers to profit from cryptocurrency mines using a number of graphics cards.
The company announced on Thursday that it has partnered with Quantumcloud, a mining application provider, to enable passengers to gain access to Asus graphics cards (or GPUs) when they are not used for other PC work and gain passive income. Your earnings will be paid through PayPal or WeChat.
The app uses a gamer's GPU to power the cloud-based miner, theoretically at least generating revenue and providing a percentage based on the amount of power provided to the cardholder.
Asus emphasizes that the privacy of customer financial data for apps is protected under the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
"As part of our commitment to protecting user data, Quantumcloud has begun GDPR compliance and customers do not have to create their own logins. Instead, customers can sign in using their existing PayPal or WeChat account and collect their earnings."
However, Quantumcloud does not guarantee that software users will make money. Cryptocurrency Depending on the performance of the market, returns may vary and Quantumcloud can not guarantee or influence in any way.
More generally, the crypto miner uses his or her GPU to collect passwords individually or jointly using proprietary software downloaded to the PC. However, because some cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin can not be effectively mined into GPUs, high-level difficulties require dedicated processors called ASICs.
The crypto miner is currently experiencing a difficult time due to its low price and high mine difficulty. It is estimated that hundreds of thousands have left the industry in recent weeks. And yesterday, Chinese mining company Canaan Creative temporarily reduced the price of all cryptographic mining devices to $ 200 each.
In recent months demand for GPUs from crypto miners has also decreased. In August, Nvidia, a US chipmaker, released a financial report saying sales fell sharply due to a sharp drop in mineral demand.
Asus saves images via Shutterstock.
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